Over 250 years of experience recognised by Scottish Sea Farms27 November, 2013 –
Ten Scottish Sea Farms employees have chalked up over 250 years of service to the company and have received awards this month (November 2013).
Geoffrey Kidd, Site Manager at Loch Spelve, has achieved 35 years of service and will be going on a European city break, courtesy of Scottish Sea Farms.Other long serving employees include Alastair MacFarlane, a Husbandryman at Lismore with 30 years of service. Alan Jamieson (Creran), Andrew Tomison (Spelve), Gordon MacKay (Loch Damph), Brian MacRae (Loch Frisa/Loch Ba) and Steven Jamieson (Nevis) all received 25 years of service awards. Jane McCusker (Personnel), Arnaud Louis (Dunstaffnage) and Christina Milligan (Processing) all receive 20 years of service awards.Three employees also achieved 15 years of service to the company including Alexander Mackay, David Watt and Jim Gallagher.Jim Gallagher, Managing Director, Scottish Sea Farms, said: We are delighted to recognise and reward the loyalty and commitment of our long service colleagues; they are a great example of the skilled and motivated employees who have helped us to have the successes and achievements in our business. We are extremely proud of each and everyone one of them and I would like to thank them for their continued support and contribution. All of these members of staff are an example of the opportunities that Scottish Sea Farms and the salmon industry provide in the remote and rural communities that we operate in.